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POSTER SESSION Case Study Analysis of Disturbs in Spatial Cognition: Unified TOGA Approach

By Adam Maria Gadomski, Antonietta Salvatore and Ro Di Giulio


This work is aimed at contributing to the development of a computational cognitive architecture, i.e. a theory for understanding and simulating human cognition. The objective is a conceptualization of spatial cognitive disturbances according to a general, structuralized, top-down systemic framework. For the test study, two characteristic cases from clinical psychology: Agoraphobia and Claustrophobia (AC cluster) have been modeled. The analysis has been performed in frame of the TOGA (Top-down Object-based Goal-oriented Approach) theory where human intelligent cognitive processes are represented by an unique modelling frame composed with well distinguished components and functional layers with learning capabilities. Using this approach we identify pathologies as possible conflicts between recognized components and their functioning. Ongoing research results of this study are presented. 1 The assumed model can also be seen as a basis for the development of a meta-cognition layer for artificial intelligent agents in advanced software engineering

Topics: The Method, Method TOGA- What is this
Year: 2009
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